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Camelbak Eddy Kids Drink Bottle $17.24 ($2.24 with $15 Voucher) @ Anaconda (in Store)

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We picked up a Camelbak Eddy kids drink bottle for $2.24 (space design) from anaconda in store using membership and the voucher found here. Was $29.95.

The sharks design comes down to $3.74

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    Doesnt seem to work online for me.

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    Nice one! The guy at the counter why very confused about why they were selling so many of these all do a sudden!

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    Got a rainbow one for my daughter. Great stuff. Thanks!

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    Does anyone know if you search stock in store if it's under a certain amount of stock will it show up? I have checked heaps of items possibly of interest but my local store comes up al, time with no stick, they just did only open new store last weekend
    Maybe they have nothing to sell in store lol.

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    Also worth mentioning havainas is also on sale on Anaconda for $14.99 so potentially free with voucher: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/505689

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      Tried that this morning but the cashier said the voucher doesn't work if the total is less than $15. I had to search for something cheap to add on. A bit annoying since the voucher says no minimum spend required.

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    I just sign up but cant get the voucher. Anyone can help?

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    Fyi cashier in store just now asked to see the email not a screenshot. I faked looking for it (although a member I never got the email) and she eventually just gave it to me but was reluctant. Be careful because they might start clamping down YMMV. This was Preston VIC store

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      Thanks for the heads up

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      Same store! Panicked and more and more and just gave the card!

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      You mean you tried to defraud them and they got suss on it? SMH…

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        It's a generic code and the terms of the promotion are as follows;

        No Minimum Spend. Voucher valid in store only. Voucher is single use only. One voucher per customer per transaction.
        Voucher must be presented to receive offer • Excludes gift card purchases, in store services and existing lay-by payments.
        Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Valid in store from Friday 13th until Sunday 15th December 2019.

        Nowhere within that text do I see that the code is specific to a customer, only that it can be used once per customer.

        Looks like a lack of reading comprehension on your behalf (SMH…)

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          asked to see the email not a screenshot. I faked looking for it (although a member I never got the email) and she eventually just gave it to me but was reluctant

          (IANAL) but I'd say that's textbook fraud. You would probably not be tried for it as (as you pointed out) the code was generic. However, you yourself have stated that you deceived the cashier (faked looking for it [email rather than screenshot]) for financial advantage.

          Crimes Act 1958
          Division 2 - Theft and similar related offences
          Fraud and blackmail
          81 Obtaining property by deception
          (1) A person who by any deception dishonestly obtains property belonging to another, with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it, is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).
          (2) For purposes of this section a person is to be treated as obtaining property if he obtains ownership, possession or control of it, and obtain includes obtaining for another or enabling another to obtain or to retain.
          (3) Subsections (12) and (13) of section 73 shall apply for purposes of this section, with the necessary adaptation of the reference to
          appropriating, as it applies for purposes of section 72.
          (4) For the purposes of this section, deception—
          (a) means any deception (whether deliberate or reckless) by words or conduct as to fact or as to law, including a deception as to the present intentions of the person using the deception or any other person; and
          (b) includes an act or thing done or omitted to be done with the intention of causing—
          (i) a computer system; or
          (ii) a machine that is designed to operate by means of payment or identification—
          to make a response that the person doing or omitting to do the act or thing is not authorised to cause the computer system or machine to make.

          82 Obtaining financial advantage by deception
          (1) A person who by any deception dishonestly obtains for himself or another any financial advantage is guilty of an indictable offence and
          liable to level 5 imprisonment (10 years maximum).
          (2) For purposes of this section deception has the same meaning as in section 81.

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            @Chandler: You've got to be kidding.

            The terms of the deal were not breached.

            You were also not present in the store that day or aware of the full circumstances that transpired but I actually told the cashier not to worry about it and I would pay full price as I could not produce the email. They honoured it anyway.

            Perhaps you should consider that you are not aware of the full circumstances before accusing someone of fraud.

            IANAL but that sounds like textbook defamation to me

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    Parent company has sold their firearms brand.

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    Got one - that was so easy, awesome i now have another high quality kids bottle another kid can steal at daycare!

    Guy scanned a pic of the voucher on my iphone - on my way!

    Thanks OP

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    Baby Shark!

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    Does anyone have a copy of the email they can send me incase I get asked to produce the email?
    Thank you

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    Thanks op..super easy no questions asked

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